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Table Of Contents

1.Introduction
1.1. Fundamentals of TEMS Investigation14.1
1.2. What’s in This Manual (and What’s Not)
External Equipment
Equipment Cases
TEMS Bulletins
1.3. Definitions
2.Recently Introduced Features in TEMS Investigation
2.1. What’s New in TEMS Investigation14.1
2.1.2.Extended Control Functionality and Logging for Sony Ericsson Xperia arcS
2.1.4.Cell Whitelists
2.1.6.Manual Pinpointing Mode in Pinpoint Window
2.1.7.Hisilicon LTE Chipset Support
2.1.8.Via CDMA/EV-DO Chipset Support
2.1.9.New Connectable User Terminals
2.1.12.New LTE Information Elements
2.2. What Was New in TEMS Investigation 14.0
2.2.1.Control Functions for Smartphones
2.2.3.Speech Quality Measurement with POLQA
2.2.4.Searching, Filtering, and Highlighting in Message Windows
2.2.5.Expansion of Scanning Capabilities
2.2.6.Improved Service Testing Capabilities
2.2.7.Logfile Export Enhancements
2.2.8.Improved HASP Soft License Handling
2.3. What Was New in TEMS Investigation 13.1
2.3.1.Alternative Mobile-to-mobile AQM Solution
2.3.2.CS Fallback Events and Information
2.3.3.Extended Set of LTE RACH Information Elements
2.3.4.Improved Handling of Qualcomm-based LTE Devices
2.3.5.CDMA/EV-DO Rev.B Measurement and Analysis
2.3.7.WCDMA Scanning with Rohde& Schwarz
2.3.8.CDMA Scanning with PCTel SeeGull MX
2.3.9.New Connectable Scanners in TEMS Investigation 13.1
2.3.11.Enhancements in TEMS Investigation 13.1.1
2.3.12.Enhancements in TEMS Investigation 13.1.2
2.4. What Was New in TEMS Investigation 13.0
2.4.1.TD-LTE Support
2.4.2.Data Service Performance Verification with Generic Device
2.4.3.Selection of Preferred Workspace at Startup
2.4.4.New Utility for Sharing Script Configuration Settings
2.4.5.New LTE Information Elements
2.4.6.New Connectable Equipment in TEMS Investigation 13.0
2.4.6.1. UMTS Terminals
2.4.6.2. LTE Scanner: Rohde & Schwarz TSMW
2.4.7.Support for SSH2 Protocol in Iperf Testing
2.4.11.New Features in TEMS Investigation 13.0.1
3.Basics of TEMS Investigation
3.1. Recommended Skills
3.2. Installing TEMS Investigation
3.3. Starting TEMS Investigation
3.4. Quick Guide to the User Interface
4.User Interface
4.1. User Modes
4.2. Workspaces and Worksheets
4.2.1.Workspaces
4.2.1.1. Opening Workspaces from a Command Prompt
4.2.1.2. Predefined Workspaces
4.3. The Toolbars
4.3.1.Record Toolbar
4.3.2.Replay Toolbar
4.3.3.Report Toolbar
4.3.4.File and View Toolbar
4.4. The Status Bar
4.4.1.Help Section
4.4.2.“Play” Section
4.4.3.“Record” Section
4.5. The Menu Bar
4.6. Keyboard Shortcuts
5.1. Equipment Tab
5.2. Menu Tab
5.3. Info Element Tab
5.3.1.Presentation Attributes of Information Elements
5.3.2.Editing the Color Ranges of Information Elements
5.3.2.1. Automatic Setup of Color Ranges
5.3.2.2. Manual Setup of Color Ranges
5.4. Logfile Tab
5.5. Worksheets Tab
6.1. Creating a Cell File in XML Format
6.2. Creating a Cell File in CEL Format
6.3. Loading Cell Files
6.4. Loading Cell Data from Mentum CellPlanner
6.5. Use of Cell Data in Presentations
7.Managing External Equipment: General
7.1. Connectable Equipment
7.2. Overview of User Interface Components Dealing with External Equipment
8.Activating External Equipment
8.1. Plugging In External Equipment
8.1.1.Plugging In Phones and Data Cards
8.1.2.Plugging In Ericsson Fixed Wireless Terminals
8.1.3.Plugging In Scanners
8.1.4.Plugging In GPS Units
8.1.5.Plugging In Equipment Cases
8.1.6.Plugging In Stand-alone AQM Modules
8.2. Starting TEMS Investigation
8.3. The Navigator Equipment Tab: Basics
8.3.1.Top Pane
8.3.1.1. Device Context Menu
8.3.2.Bottom Pane
8.3.2.1. “Activities” Subtab
8.3.2.2. “Information” Subtab
8.3.3.Detection of Equipment: Special Cases
8.3.3.1. Detection of PCTel SeeGull EX Scanner
8.3.3.2. Detection of PCTel SeeGull MX Scanner
8.3.3.3. Detection of DRT Scanners and Rohde & Schwarz TSMW
8.3.3.4. Detection of HTC Touch Pro2 Phones
8.3.3.5. Detection of Equipment Not Covered by License
8.3.3.6. Detection of Network Adapters
8.3.4.User-assisted Detection of Devices
8.3.4.1. Mapping Device Ports to Interfaces
8.3.4.2. Qualcomm Devices with LTE/TD-LTE Capability
8.3.4.3. LG and Samsung Devices with LTE Capability
8.3.4.4. Data Service Testing with Arbitrary Devices
8.4. Activating and Deactivating External Equipment in TEMS Investigation
8.4.1.Activating External Equipment
8.4.2.Deactivating External Equipment
8.5. Managing GPS Units
8.6. Further Features of the Navigator’s Equipment Tab
8.6.1.The Refresh Function
8.6.2.Re-pairing Phones with AQM Modules
8.6.2.1. Details and Limitations of the Re-pairing Function
8.6.3.Device Detection Properties
8.7. Saving of the Equipment Configuration
9.Operating and Controlling External Equipment Manually
9.1. Control Functions
9.1.1.Control Function Support by Device
9.1.2.Functions of Dialog Buttons
9.1.3.Access Class Control
9.1.4.AT Commands
9.1.5.Band Lock
9.1.6.BLER Target (WCDMA)
9.1.7.Cell Barred
9.1.8.Cell Lock
9.1.8.1. Cell Lock in GSM
9.1.8.2. Cell Lock in WCDMA
9.1.9.Nonvolatile Item Read/Write
9.1.10.PESQ Device Pairing
9.1.11.PLMN Control
9.1.12.Radio Access Technology Lock (Lock on RAT)
11.1.2.Further Recording Options
11.1.3.Positioning Logfiles by Pinpointing in the Map Window
11.1.3.1.Basic Pinpointing Procedures
11.1.3.2.Advice on Pinpointing and Recording
11.1.4.Buffering in Connection with Logfile Recording
11.2.Loading Logfiles for Analysis
11.2.1.Opening a Logfile
11.2.2.Logfile Metadata and Statistics
11.2.2.1.“General” Subtab
11.2.2.2.“Equipment” Subtab
11.2.2.3.“Activities” Subtab
11.2.2.4.“Statistics” Subtab
11.2.3.Loading Logfile Contents
11.2.3.1.Play Section of Status Bar
11.3.Loading Logfiles from Other Sources
11.4.Viewing Logfile Contents
11.5.Logfile Transfer via FTP
11.5.1.Setting Up Logfile Transfers
11.5.1.1.FTP Server Settings
11.5.1.2.Logfile Options
11.5.1.3.Equipment
11.5.1.4.Setup
11.5.2.Starting Logfile Transfers
11.6.Exporting Logfiles in Other Formats
11.6.1.Preparing an Export Order
11.6.2.Specifying the Contents of Export Files
11.6.2.1.Selecting Information Elements to Export
11.6.2.2.Text File Specific Settings
11.6.2.3.MapInfo Specific Settings
11.6.2.4.ArcView Specific Settings
11.6.2.5.Marconi Planet Specific Settings
11.6.2.6.Ethereal (Wireshark) Specific Settings
11.6.2.7.MDM Specific Settings
11.6.2.8.Saving and Loading Export Setups
11.6.3.Executing Export Orders
11.6.4.Command Line Controlled Logfile Export
11.6.4.1.Mandatory Command Line Switches
11.6.4.2.Optional Command Line Switches
11.6.4.3.Example
11.7.Merging Uplink AQM Data into Logfiles (UMTS)
11.7.1.Retrieving Uplink AQM Data
11.7.2.Preparing and Performing a Merge
11.8.Generating Logfile Reports
11.8.1.IE Tab
11.8.2.Events Tab
11.8.3.Mobiles Tab
11.8.4.Scanned Channels Tab
11.8.5.User Details Tab
11.8.6.Saving and Loading Report Setups
11.8.7.Generating the Report
11.8.8.Report Contents
12.The Pinpoint Window
12.1.Introduction
12.2.Creating Planned Routes
12.2.1.Opening a Map Set
12.2.1.1.Supported File Formats Holding Map Sets
12.3.2.Repeating Parts of a Route
12.3.3.Skipping Waypoints of a Route
12.4.Pinpointing Without a Planned Route
12.5.Relation to Other TEMS Investigation Functions
12.5.1.Data Presentation
12.5.2.Coexistence Issues
13.Scanning: General
13.1.Scripted Scanning
13.2.Manual Scanning
13.2.1.Setting Up a Scan Manually
13.2.2.Performing a Scan Manually
13.2.3.Recording Scan Data Manually
13.3.Presenting Scan Data
13.4.Technical Data on Scanning Devices
13.5.Notes on Scanner Multitasking
13.5.1.PCTel Scanners
13.5.2.DRT Scanners
13.5.3.Rohde & Schwarz TSMW
13.5.4.Sony Ericsson Phones and SRUs
13.6.Notes on GPS Units in Scanners
14.1.Scanning Methods and Capabilities
14.2.RSSI Scanning
14.2.1.Setup of RSSI Scan: General Settings
14.2.2.Setup of RSSI Scan: Sony Ericsson, SRU
14.2.3.Setup of RSSI Scan: PCTel SeeGull
14.2.4.Setup of RSSI Scan: Rohde & Schwarz TSMW
14.2.5.Presentation of RSSI Scanning
14.3.Spectrum Analysis
15.WCDMA Scanning
15.1.Scanning Methods and Capabilities
15.2.Pilot Scanning (with SCH Scanning)
15.2.1.Setup of Pilot Scan: General
15.2.2.Setup of Pilot Scan: Sony Ericsson, SRU
15.2.3.Setup of Pilot Scan: PCTel
15.2.4.Setup of Pilot Scan: Rohde & Schwarz TSMW
15.2.5.Setup of Pilot Scan: Anritsu
15.2.6.Presentation: General
15.2.7.Presentation: “CPICH Scan” Bar Charts
15.2.8.Presentation: “CPICH Data” Status Windows
15.2.9.Presentation: “CPICH Scan” Line Charts
15.2.10.Presentation: Synch Channel Data Window
15.2.11.Presentation: “Finger Info” Status Windows
15.2.12.Presentation: BCH Scanning
15.2.13.Customizing the Presentation
15.2.13.1.Sorting of Scrambling Codes
15.2.13.2.Presenting Scrambling Codes from Multiple UARFCNs
15.3.SCH Timeslot Scanning
15.3.1.Setup of SCH Timeslot Scan
15.3.1.1.General Settings
15.3.1.2.Context Settings
15.3.2.Presentation: SCH Timeslot Scan Bar Chart
15.4.RSSI Scanning
15.4.1.Setup of RSSI Scan
15.4.1.1.General Settings
15.4.1.2.Context Settings
15.4.2.Presentation: RSSI Scan Bar Chart
15.5.Spectrum Analysis
15.5.1.Setup of Spectrum Analysis Scan
15.5.1.1.General Settings
15.5.1.2.Context Settings
15.5.2.Presentation: Spectrum Analysis Bar Charts
15.6.Network Scanning
15.6.1.Setup of Network Scan
15.6.1.1.General Settings
15.6.1.2.UARFCN Ranges (“Interval 1, 2, 3”)
15.6.1.3.Context Settings
15.6.2.Presentation: Network Search Window
16.1.Scanning Methods and Capabilities
16.2.LTE Signal Scanning
16.2.1.Setup of LTE Signal Scan: General
16.2.2.Setup of LTE Signal Scan: Andrew
16.2.3.Setup of LTE Signal Scan: DRT
16.2.4.Setup of LTE Signal Scan: PCTel
16.2.5.Setup of LTE Signal Scan: Rohde & Schwarz TSMW
16.2.6.Setup of LTE Signal Scan: Transcom
16.2.7.Presentation of LTE Signal Scan
16.2.8.Customizing the Presentation
16.2.8.1.Sorting of Cells
16.3.RSSI Scanning
16.3.1.Setup of RSSI Scan: General
16.3.2.Setup of RSSI Scan: DRT
16.3.3.Setup of RSSI Scan: PCTel
16.3.5.Presentation of RSSI Scan
16.4.Spectrum Scanning
16.4.1.Setup of Spectrum Scan: General
16.4.2.Setup of Spectrum Scan: Andrew
16.4.5.Setup of Spectrum Scan: Transcom
16.4.6.Spectrum Scan Presentation
16.5.Enhanced Power Scanning
16.5.1.Setup of Enhanced Power Scan: General
16.5.3.Presentation of Enhanced Power Scan
17.TD-SCDMA Scanning
17.1.Scanning Methods
17.2.General Scan Settings
17.3.Pilot Scanning
17.3.1.Setup of Pilot Scan
17.3.2.Presentation of Pilot Scan
17.3.2.1.Sorting of Cells
17.4.RSSI Scanning
17.4.1.Setup of RSSI Scan
17.4.2.Presentation of RSSI Scan
18.1.Scanning Methods
18.2.General Scan Settings
18.3.Pilot Scanning
18.3.1.Setup of Pilot Scan: Andrew
18.3.2.Setup of Pilot Scan: PCTel
18.3.3.Presentation: “PN Scan” Bar Charts
18.3.4.Presentation: Strongest Scanned PN Bar Chart
18.3.5.Customizing the Presentation
18.3.5.1.Sorting of Pilots
18.4.RSSI Scanning
18.4.1.Setup of RSSI Scan
18.4.2.Presentation: RSSI Scan Bar Chart
18.5.Narrowband Interference Scanning
18.5.1.Setup of Narrowband Interference Scan
18.5.1.1.General Settings
18.5.1.2.Context Settings
18.5.1.3.Interference Offset
18.5.2.Presentation: Narrowband Interference Scan Bar Chart
18.6.Spectrum Analysis
18.6.1.Setup of Spectrum Analysis Scan
18.6.1.1.General Settings
18.6.1.2.Context Settings
18.6.2.Presentation of Spectrum Analysis Scan
19.WiMAX Scanning
19.1.Scanning Methods
19.2.General Scan Settings
19.3.Preamble Scanning
19.3.1.Setup of Preamble Scan
19.4.RSSI Scanning
19.4.1.Setup of RSSI Scan
19.5.Spectrum Analysis
19.5.1.Setup of Spectrum Analysis Scan
19.6.Presentation
20.Service Control
20.1.Introduction to Service Control
20.2.Capabilities of Devices
20.3.Supported Services by Cellular Technology
20.4.The Service Control Designer
20.5.Basics of Creating Scripts (with Voice)
20.6.Setting Up a Network Connection
20.7.Setting Up a Data Service Activity
20.8.Stand-alone PS Attach and Detach
20.9.Snippets
20.10.Workflow Control Structures
20.10.2.If–Else Constructs
20.10.3.While Loops
20.10.4.Parallel Activities
20.10.4.1.Example1: CS Voice/Video – Caller and Receiver
20.10.4.2.Example2: Concurrent Activities on Different Devices
20.10.4.3.Example3: Concurrent Activities on the Same Device
20.10.5.Wait
20.10.6.Wait For
20.10.6.1.Waiting For a Scheduled Point in Time
20.10.6.2.Waiting For a Given Outcome of an Activity
20.10.6.3.Wait For with Periodic Events
20.10.7.Run Script
20.10.8.Terminate
20.11.Editing Workflows and Script Settings
20.12.Activity Properties That Control Execution
20.13.UE Control Functionality
20.14.Validating Scripts
20.15.Running Scripts
20.15.1.General Aspects of Script Execution
20.15.2.Preparations
20.15.2.1.Windows7/Windows Vista and IPv6
20.15.3.Running Scripts from the Service Control Monitor
20.15.3.1.Monitoring Equipment Status
20.15.3.2.Viewing Statistics on Script Execution
20.15.4.Running Scripts from the Service Control Designer
20.15.5.Suppressing Parts of a Script
20.15.6.Presentation of Data Service Testing
20.16.Activities (Reference Section)
20.16.1.Control Activities
20.16.1.1.Activate
20.16.1.2.AT
20.16.1.3.Band Lock
20.16.1.4.Deactivate
20.16.1.5.Filemark
20.16.1.6.Radio Access Technology Lock
20.16.1.7.Start Recording
20.16.1.8.Stop Recording
20.16.1.9.Notes on Script-controlled Logfile Recording
20.16.2.Control Flow Activities
20.16.2.1.If–Else
20.16.2.3.Parallel
20.16.2.4.Run Script
20.16.2.5.Sequence
20.16.2.6.Terminate
20.16.2.7.Wait
20.16.2.8.Wait For
20.16.3.IP Activities
20.16.3.1.Network Connect
20.16.3.2.Network Disconnect
20.16.3.3.PS Attach
20.16.3.4.PS Detach
20.16.3.5.SIP Register
20.16.3.6.SIP Unregister
20.16.3.7.Start IP Sniffing
20.16.3.8.Stop IP Sniffing
20.16.3.9.FTP Download
20.16.3.10.FTP Upload
20.16.3.11.HTTP Get
20.16.3.12.WAP Get
20.16.3.13.Ping
20.16.3.14.UDP
20.16.3.15.Network Bandwidth (Iperf Testing)
20.16.3.16.Predefined Snippets for IP
20.16.4.Messaging Activities
20.16.4.1.E-mail Send
20.16.4.2.E-mail Receive
20.16.4.3.MMS Send
20.16.4.4.MMS Receive
20.16.4.5.SMS Send
20.16.4.6.SMS Receive
20.16.4.7.Predefined Snippets for Messaging
20.16.5.Scan Activities
20.16.5.1.Predefined Snippets for Scanning
20.16.6.Video Activities
20.16.6.1.Video Dial
20.16.6.2.Answer
20.16.6.3.Hang Up
20.16.6.4.Streaming
20.16.6.5.WAP Streaming
20.16.6.6.Predefined Snippets for Video
20.16.7.Voice Activities
20.16.7.1.Dial
20.16.7.2.Answer
20.16.7.3.Hang Up
20.16.7.4.AQM Measurement
20.16.7.5.VoIP Dial
20.16.7.6.VoIP Answer
20.16.7.7.VoIP Hang Up
20.16.7.8.VoIP Voice Quality
20.16.7.9.How to Set Up VoIP Testing
20.16.7.10.Predefined Snippets for Voice
20.17.General Activity Properties
20.17.1.Activity Section
20.17.2.Failure Handling Section
20.18.Configuration Sets
20.18.1.Descriptions of Configuration Sets
20.18.2.Managing Configuration Sets
20.18.2.1.Exporting Configuration Sets
20.18.2.2.Importing Configuration Sets
20.18.2.3.Deleting Configuration Sets
20.19.Saving and Loading Scripts
20.19.1.Tutorial on Porting Scripts between PCs
20.19.2.Saving Workflow as Image
20.20.Further Functionality in the Service Control Designer Window
20.20.1.Activity Filter
20.20.2.Context Menu in Workflow Pane
20.20.3.Zooming the Workflow Pane
21.Device Properties
21.1.Overview of Properties by Device
21.2.Properties of ST-Ericsson Chipset Based Phones
21.2.1.Extended Reports
21.2.2.Common Controls
21.2.2.1.CAS Access Class
21.2.2.2.CAS Lock on PLMN
21.2.2.3.CAS Speech Codec
21.2.2.4.GSM Adjacent Scan
21.2.2.5.GSM Barred Cells
21.2.2.6.GSM Cell Selection
21.2.2.7.GSM EDGE Capability
21.2.2.8.GSM Handover
21.2.2.9.GSM Tx Power
21.2.2.10.Layer 3 Messages
21.2.2.11.WCDMA Barred Cells
21.2.2.12.WCDMA BLER Target
21.2.2.13.WCDMA Cell Selection
21.2.2.14.WCDMA RRC Radio Capability
21.3.Properties of Nokia Phones (NTM3)
21.3.1.Channel Lock Control (GSM)
21.3.2.GSM Cell Barring Control
21.3.3.Sector Lock Control (WCDMA)
21.4.Properties of Qualcomm Chipset Based Devices
21.4.1.Properties Specific to Sony Ericsson Xperia arcS
21.5.Properties of Samsung LTE Modems
21.6.Properties of GPS Units
22.1.Presentation of Events
22.2.Predefined and User-defined Events
22.3.Setting Up a User-defined Event
22.3.1.Adding a Layer3 Message to the Event Expression
22.3.3.Adding an Event to the Event Expression
22.3.4.Adding an Operator/Delimiter to the Event Expression
22.3.5.Editing User-defined Events
22.3.6.Deleting User-defined Events
22.3.7.Example of User-defined Event
22.4.Generating Cell Whitelist Events
22.5.Audio Indications for Events
22.5.1.Adding Audio Indications
22.5.2.Editing Audio Indications
22.5.3.Activating Audio Indications
22.5.4.Deactivating Audio Indications
22.5.5.Muting All Audio Indications
22.5.6.Saving and Loading Audio Indications
22.5.7.Deleting Audio Indications
23.1.Presented Data
23.2.Types of Presentation Window
23.3.Device Channels: MS/DC/PS
23.3.1.“Set Equipment Number” Function
23.4.Window Updating and Synchronization
23.5.Color Ranges
23.6.Other Window Properties
23.7.Export/Import of Presentation Windows
23.7.1.Export
23.7.2.Import
24.1.General
24.2.Setting Up Status Window Contents
24.3.Changing Status Window Properties
24.4.Repeating Columns in Multiple Groups
24.5.Changing the Status Window Font Size
24.6.Non-standard Status Windows
24.6.1.TD-SCDMA Physical Channel Monitor
24.6.1.1.Window Properties
24.6.2.CDMA Finger Info
Chapter 25. Event Counter Windows
25.Event Counter Windows
25.1.Window Tabs
25.2.Copying Window Contents
25.3. Resetting Event Counter Windows
25.4.Changing Event Counter Window Contents and Properties
25.4.1.General Tab
25.4.2.Events Tab
26.1.Changing Message Window Contents and Properties
26.1.1.General Tab
26.1.2.Messages Tab
26.1.3.Events Tab
26.1.4.Columns Tab
26.2.Plain-text Message Decoding
26.3.Presentation of Discarded Messages
26.4.Message Window Catch-up
26.5.Message Window Synchronization
26.6.Freezing a Message Window
26.7.Filtering, Searching, and Highlighting in Message Windows
26.7.1.Filtering Functions
26.7.2.Search Functions
26.7.3.Highlighting Functions
Also search message contents
26.8.Window-specific Features
26.8.1.Mode Reports Window
27.1.How to Test Video Streaming
27.2.The Video Monitor
27.2.1.Properties of the Video Monitor
27.3.Evaluating Video Streaming Performance
27.4.Troubleshooting Video Streaming
28.1.Changing GPS Window Properties
29.1.Organization of the Line Chart Window
29.2.Contents of the Line Chart Panes
The Additional Information Pane
29.3.Time Scale
29.4.Changing Line Chart Contents and Properties
29.4.1.Adding Charts
29.4.2.Editing General Properties of a Chart
29.4.3.Editing the Contents of a Chart
Additional Information Tab
29.4.4.Presenting Data from a Different Device
29.4.5.Deleting a Chart
29.5.Exporting the Line Chart Window
30.Bar Charts
30.1.Organization of the Bar Chart Window
30.2.Contents of the Bar Chart Panes
30.3.Setting Up General Bar Chart Properties
30.3.1.Adding Charts
30.3.2.Deleting a Chart
30.3.3.Editing General Properties of a Chart
30.4.Setting Up Bar Chart Contents
30.4.1.Presentation Mode, Data, Colors
30.4.1.1.Single IE Presentation Mode
30.4.1.2.Multiple IE Components Presentation Mode
30.4.1.3.Parallel Coordinates/Stacked Bar Chart Presentation Mode
30.4.2.Interval and Labeling
30.4.3.Additional Information
30.4.4.Presenting Data from a Different Device
30.5.Examples of Bar Chart Presentations
30.6.Exporting the Bar Chart Window
31.1.Highlights of This Chapter
31.2.Map Concepts
Layer
Theme
31.3.Constructing a GeoSet from Map Files
31.4.Positioning Bitmap and TIF Maps
31.4.1.Specifying the Map Position
31.4.2.Specifying the Map Scale
31.4.3.Setting the Map’s North Direction
31.5.Presenting Data: Themes
31.5.1.Themes and Theme Types
31.5.2.Presentation Layers
31.5.3.Presenting Information Elements
31.5.3.1.Notes on Route Plotting and Updating
31.5.4.Presenting Events
31.5.5.Presenting Cell Information1
31.5.5.1.The Cell Theme
31.5.5.2.The Cell Line Theme
31.5.5.3.The Cell Color Theme
31.7.2.Layer Control
31.8.Map Context Menu
31.8.1.The Scale Bar
31.8.2.Previous View
31.8.3.View Entire Layer
31.8.4.Setting the Map Projection
31.9.The Map Window Toolbar
31.10.GeoSet Manager
31.10.1.Layer Control
31.10.2.Projections
Chapter 32. The General Window
32.The General Window
33.Key Performance Indicators – KPIs (UMTS)
33.1.Purpose of KPIs
33.1.1.Accessibility
33.1.2.Retainability
33.1.3.Integrity
33.2.Obtaining KPIs with TEMS Products
33.2.1.General Procedure
33.2.2.Obtaining Significant KPI Statistics
33.2.3.“Events of KPI Type”
34.Speech Quality Index – SQI
34.1.Background
34.1.1.SQI for UMTS
34.1.2.SQI for CDMA
34.2.Input to the SQI-MOS Algorithm
34.3.SQI-MOS Output
34.3.1.Narrowband vs. Wideband SQI-MOS (UMTS)
34.3.2.SQI-MOS vs. Old SQI (UMTS)
34.4.Alignment of SQI-MOS and PESQ
34.4.1.Notes on PESQ for Wideband (UMTS)
34.5.Comparison with Other Radio Parameters
Chapter 35. Audio Quality Measurement (AQM): General
35.Audio Quality Measurement (AQM): General
35.1.The PESQ Algorithm
35.2.The POLQA Algorithm
35.3.Measurement Setups in TEMS Investigation
36.AQM with Call Generator/MRU
36.1.Mobile-to-fixed Audio Quality Measurement with Call Generator
36.2.Mobile-to-mobile Audio Quality Measurement with MRU
36.3.Obtaining AQM Data
36.3.1.Prerequisites
36.3.2.Practical Considerations
36.3.3.Recording AQM Data
36.4.Merging Uplink AQM Data into Logfiles
36.5.Presentation of AQM Data
36.5.1.Information Elements
36.5.2.PESQ Key Performance Indicator
37.AQM with Audio Capturing Unit (ACU)
37.1.Obtaining AQM Data
37.1.1.Prerequisites
37.1.2.Preparations
37.1.3.Recording AQM Data
37.1.3.1.Recommended Structure of AQM Scripts
37.2.Presentation of AQM Data
37.2.1.Information Elements
37.3.Notes on AQM Scores Obtained with Individual Phone Models
38.1.Obtaining AQM Data
38.2.Presentation of AQM Data
39.Video Telephony Quality Index – VTQI
39.1.General Properties of VTQI
39.2.What VTQI Is Based On
39.3.What VTQI Does Not Consider
40.Video Streaming Quality Index – VSQI
40.1.General Properties of VSQI
40.2.What VSQI Is Based On
40.3.What VSQI Does Not Consider
40.4.Static and Dynamic VSQI
40.4.1.Static VSQI
40.4.2.Dynamic (Realtime) VSQI
41.Mobile TV Quality Index – MTQI
42.C/I Measurement (GSM)
42.1.Why Measure C/I?
42.2.Requirements on a Robust C/I Measure
42.3.Details on C/I Measurements
42.4.Accuracy
42.5.An Example
43.GSM Channel Verification
43.1.The GSM Channel Verification Window
43.2.Adding a Test Case
43.3.Editing and Removing Test Cases
43.4.Automatic vs. Manual Verification
43.5.Activating Phones
43.6.Running the Test
43.6.1.Getting Started
43.6.2.Manual Verification
43.6.4.Example
43.7.Stopping the Test
43.8.Resetting a Test Case
43.9.Summary of Test Case Status Values
43.10.Creating Test Reports
43.11.Saving and Opening Tests
43.12.Notes on Performance
43.13.Error Conditions
Appendix A. Keyboard Shortcuts
A.1. General Shortcuts
A.2. Drive Testing Shortcuts
A.3. Logfile Load Shortcuts
A.4. Shortcuts for Active Window
Appendix B. File Types in TEMS Investigation
Appendix B. File Types in TEMS Investigation
Appendix C. Comparison with Pre- 12.0 User Interface
C.1. Equipment Handling
C.2. Service Control vs. Command Sequences
C.3. “Data” Category Information Elements
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